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Nodrog

Nodrog

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Hi Guy's -

New to your site - Must congratulate all the members for all the contributions and advise - It really comes in handy when you pick up problems with the scoot .I currently ride a 99 Model WR 400 and recently replaced the cam chain , as it kept jumping teeth on the cams (lovely Noise it makes) - On doing this , I played around with the cam timing and got some awesome results by Moving the inlet cam clockwise by one tooth and keeping the exhaust cam in the standard position - Has anybody tried this previously and had the same results - Please advise - I think the norm is to move the exhaust cam 1 tooth clockwise for better performance andkeep the inlet cam in standard position .

Nodrog .

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